A flexible, modular IRC daemon, trying to be very node-like in its APIs.
I run a small community chat server, and we want a hackable, fun IRCD, to do crazy new things with in the guise of IRC. So, this.
- Single-server for now, I and C, but not so much R.
- Events for everything, making it easy to plug new things in
- Extensible, able to add new commands
- A demo server that shows who's online and what channels exist.
- A parser for traditional ircd.conf files
- Hot reloading of parts of the code
- Multiple server support
- A working demo web chat.
- Mode handling, both standard and new ideas.
- SendQ tracking, and pausing the input with the normal node
- Channel operator functions such as KICK, modes +b, +o, +k, +i and INVITE
- A LIST implementation
Server, The local, listening service
sendTo(destination, message), look up an object to handle destination
Channel, A list of users + metadata
send(), send to each (local)user on the channel and to each (remote)user's server
User, A single user, and metadata
send(), send to user's connection
Connection, A client or server connection
Peer, NIY, a single (remote) server, and metadata
Connection to be more prominent, making the
Channel objects as dumb as possible.
- make server replies to messages use the sender object for returns
- Implement all the missing commands and replies
- Normalize nicknames and channel names for comparison.
- Make the internal API emit events that you'd want as a bot or client author: "For this user, on a message from this channel"